The ball includes live auction, raffles and entertainment.
Little Harrison Williams was diagnosed at 18 months with neuroblastoma, a solid tumour that wrapped around his right kidney and other major organs.
He has had five rounds of chemotherapy which made him very sick.
Three weeks ago, he had a six- hour operation to remove the majority of the tumour and the family are now waiting to find out what further treatment is necessary.
Harrison�s father Andrew, a well-known butcher at Mandurah Forum and Halls Head Centro has been forced to close his shops, Andrew�s Butchers, to be with his family.
Andrew has given much to the community over the past five years and now there is the chance for the community to help as the family faces tough times ahead.
The ball will raise funds to make their day-to-day life easier as the last thing any parent with a very sick child should worry about is how to pay the bills.
Tickets cost $100 for a silver package or $150 for a gold package, including drinks, from Mandurah Bowling and Recreation Centre or online at http://www.trybooking.com.